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  • What You Need to Know: The Best 2017 Event Trends, 05 Apr 2017

    2016 was a watershed moment for event planning. Traditional events rapidly gave way to experience planning as more event planners and organizers started recognizing that events…

  • Back to Basics: Email Marketing for Events, 09 Mar 2017

    With new marketing trends emerging seemingly every day, the thought to try something new or flashy to market your event can certainly be tempting. But more often…

  • Whose Responsibility is it to Promote Event Activities?, 23 Feb 2017

    In an ideal world, every event would go off without a hitch – there’d be plenty of happy people, plenty of fun/productivity (depending on your goals),…

  • Back to Basics: Pre-Event Registration, 08 Feb 2017

    Whether you’re new to event planning or have been in the game for several years, you may be asking yourself from time to time whether or…

  • Less is More, For Your Site Selection Process, 30 Dec 2016

    One of the first steps in the hotel selection process is contacting hotels to get rates and check availability. You compile all of your meeting details…

  • Five New Year’s Resolutions for Meeting Planners, 27 Dec 2016

    Nearing the end of 2016, it is time to reflect on the last 12 months and plan ahead for the new year. What changes would we…

  • 5 Simple Tips to Get Faster Responses to Your RFPs, 23 Dec 2016

    The biggest change that has taken place over the last several years is the adoption of eRFPs, the technology that enables planners to send their meeting…

  • Top Webinars of 2016, 21 Dec 2016

    2016 was an interesting year, especially for our monthly webinar program! With an extensive lineup of amazing presenters to the wide array of topics they covered,…

  • Top Blog Posts of 2016, 19 Dec 2016

    This past year was a successful one for the etouches wethink blog. Not only did we cover a wide range of event industry topics and trends…

  • Power Your Event Consulting Engine, 29 Sep 2016

    Nobody retains your event planning agency to do administrative work. They hire you for brain power, creativity, and industry savvy, among other things.  So why spend…